PUBLICSPACE.NET has released an update for A Better Finder Attributes, bringing it to version 3.1. A Better Finder Attributes is a contextual menu plug-in for the Mac Finder which allows file attribute manipulation. The update features hot key enhancements. According to PUBLICSPACE.NET:
PUBLICSPACE.NET is pleased to announce version 3.1 of its "A Better Finder Attributes" Macintosh Finder enhancement.
A Better Finder Attributes is a contextual menu plugin for the Macintosh Finder that allows users to change the file date and other attributes of Mac OS X files.
The tool allows both the modification and the creation date of a file to be adjusted. Moreover you can "lock" files so that they cannot be modified, renamed, moved or copied; and you can decide on a per-file basis whether its file extension (e.g. ".gif") is visible or not.
The new version allows the tool to be started using the Ctrl-Command-A hot key combination from within the Finder. The hot key is now also configurable via a preference pane in the "System Preferences..." menu.
You can find more information about the A Better Finder Attributes 3.1 release at the PUBLICSPACE.NET Web site. A Better Finder Attributes is available for US$9.95.